Mike May - The Winter Paralympics are underway in Vancouver and a Davis man - and former medalist himself in downhill skiing - was part of the U.S. delegation for the Opening Ceremony. Mike May has been totally blind since he was 3. He's also an entrepreneur and runs a company that makes GPS for the visually imparied. Today on Insight, you'll meet May and hear what it's like to ski blind.
Narcissist Book - How do you know if you or someone you know is a narcissist? It sounds like a light-hearted question, but narcissism can be a problem. A local psychotherapist has co-written a book about Narcissist Personality Disorder.
Suzanne Westenhoefer - Comedian Suzanne Westenhoefer is coming to town. She's an out lesbian stand-up comic and was the first openly lesbian comedian on American TV. Her recent projects include "Inappropriate Questions," a column for Curve, a magazine aimed at lesbians, and a starring role in the online dram "We Have to Stop Now." You'll meet her.
Mary Nichols - How big a role did California play at last year's international climate change conference in Copenhagen? Many government and non-government representatives from California were there. But what could they achieve at a United Nations conference where the big wheeling and dealing seemed to be between heads of national governments? California's role at the conference is the subject of a talk today at UC Davis Law School. The speaker is California's top air quality official and she was in Copenhagen. We'll talk with Chair of the Air Resources Board Mary Nichols.